On 28/04/2014 03:30, Sitaram Chamarty wrote:
On 04/28/2014 01:03 AM, Johan Herland wrote:
Yeah, sure. Author and Date (and Committer, for that matter) is just
metadata, and the current branch name is simply just another kind of
metadata. All of them are more-or-less free-form text fields, and off
no they're not. In strictly controlled environments they form part of
the audit record for the source code.
Yes they can be faked (explicitly), but -- again in strictly controlled
environments -- that can be limited to "before it was first pushed".
Why these specific headers as part of the audit record, though? Aren't
you just arbitrarily defining them as part of the audit record?
Jeremy Morton (Jez)
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